Rangers manager Ally McCoist is likely to face disciplinary action over comments regarding the panel that handed the club a 12-month transfer embargo.
The Ibrox club were hit by the punishment along with financial penalties for unpaid taxes and failing to pay outstanding debts to other clubs.
Despite having representatives at the hearing, McCoist made a public statement demanding to know how the individuals were on the panel that reached the decision.
But the Scottish Football Association made a statement on its website confirming the matter will be dealt with now the club have been given the green light to join the Third Division.
The statement read: "The compliance officer communicated with Rangers FC in mid-June to confirm that the matter has been reported and will be initiated through the normal judicial panel protocol upon conclusion of the other outstanding issues affecting the club."
Following McCoist's comments in April, the three men on the panel were subsequently handed security advice by Strathclyde Police following alleged threats.
McCoist told Rangers TV at the time: "Who are these people? I want to know who these people are.
"I'm a Rangers supporter and the Rangers supporters and the Scottish public deserve to know who these people are, people who are working for the SFA.
"In terms of our supporters, again they have received another kicking and we just feel it's time to start fighting back. You can guarantee we will be fighting back."